P19 BYOL: Your First Interactive Video
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday, November 15
Traditional eLearning authoring tools are hard to learn and challenging to use. Nowadays, almost everyone is watching online videos almost anywhere. Video is a very passive medium. Combine those three facts, and you’ll see why interactive video is entering the online learning market rapidly.
In this hands-on workshop, you will produce an interactive learning video from scratch. You will discover the whole process of storyboarding and scripting, filming, uploading, basic editing, and finally, video enrichment. You will leave this workshop having created a short interactive video, using skills that you can leverage in larger projects.
Note: This is not a full video-editing workshop; it will focus only on basic editing techniques, with a larger focus on video interactivity.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the educational advantages of interactive video compared to both traditional video and other HTML5-based authoring tools
- How to use storyboarding and scripting techniques to plan the production of your interactive learning video
- How to make a learning video interactive
- How to publish an interactive video to a website and/or to a learning management system
- How to use interactive video in your LMS using SCORM or the xAPI (Tin Can)
- Tips and tricks for performing on camera (for you or your subject matter expert)
- Filming tips and tricks
- Editing tips and tricks
Novice and intermediate designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
YouTube, Vimeo, JWPlayer, Kaltura Interactive video, HiHaHo, SCORM, the xAPI (Experience API, aka Tin Can), online storyboarding websites, and devices: PC, Android, iPhone, and iPad.
A laptop with WiFi enabled. For shooting a short video, participants can use their smartphone or their own video camera.
Click here for session trailer: https://www.hihaho.com/embed/7B0422B0-23DE-430F-87AF-A98ECE5BDC28
Hans de Graaf
eLearning and Video Expert
Dutch Knowledge Center for Online Learning
Hans de Graaf is an eLearning and video expert for the Dutch Knowledge Center for Online Learning (KCOL). In 1995, Hans started his own software firm, Talking Telecom Technologies. In 1998, the company made a product for computer-based examination; that’s why Hans started a company in eLearning: Education Permanente Internationale. In 2007, Hans started a new company called Icademy, which produced well over 350 online courses. In 2013, Hans founded HiHaHo, a tech startup with an online tool for making videos interactive. He joined KCOL in September 2015. As a "brain tweaker," Hans speaks on "brainful decisions," critical thinking, and effective learning.